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March 7, 2011 4:00 PM
Hey guys :) My favorite workout is a good old fashioned run. I've been looking for some new workout music though. I love dance jams and power songs. Here's some of my current playlist:

The Time (The Dirty Bit) - The Black Eyed Peas
How Far We've Come - Matchbox 20
Till I Collapse - Eminem
Pain - Jimmy Eat World
Internet Killed The Video Star - The Limousines
Attack - 30 Seconds to Mars
Beating Heart Baby - Head Automatica
Blow - Kesha
Firework - Katy Perry
Like a G6 - Far East Movement
Na Na Na - My Chemical Romance
Sexy ***** - David Guetta
Shake That - Eminem
Fix You - Coldplay
Take It Off - Kesha
The Scientist - Coldplay
Starstrukk - 3Oh!3
Listen To Your Heart - Cascada
Hold It Against Me - Britney Spears
Culo - Pitbull
Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons
Stronger - Kanye West
Cannibal - Kesha


What are you favorite high-energy workout songs?? :)
  5161302
March 7, 2011 4:10 PM
I recommend pretty much anything by Fall Out Boy or the Fratelli's. That's what I rock out to while I'm rocking the elliptical trainer.
  5253844
March 7, 2011 4:11 PM
Sweaty (Shazaam Remix) -- Muscles
Bass Down Low -- The Cataracs & Dev
One -- Swedish House Mafia
Time To Win -- Down With Webster
I Like That -- Richard Vission & Static Revenger feat. Luciana
Till The World Ends -- Britney Spears



Blow by Ke$ha is so good to work out to, haha
  2958672
March 7, 2011 4:11 PM
You have some great songs! I'm gonna have to download some new ones now :o)

My favorite workout songs are:

I Know You want Me- Pitbull
Outta Your Mind- Lil Jon
Stronger- Kanye West
And, in tribute to Will Ferrell in Blades of Glory, My Humps (but only when I'm on the treadmill:o)
March 7, 2011 4:11 PM
Daft Punk & Fatboy Slim have got it done for me recently.

Check out "Right Here, Right Now" by Fatboy Slim
and basically the whole Alive album by Daft Punk
also most Pendulum is high pace/high energy.

Another few I just thought of were Girl Talk, Tiesto & Basement Jaxx.
Edited by zacherybinx On March 7, 2011 4:47 PM
  291363
March 7, 2011 4:12 PM
You need remixes. Try dubstep, specifically dabears. You can download their music for free online. Or try some hardstyle music that has a constant upbeat to it. :)
March 7, 2011 4:14 PM
Pls don't laugh as I am much older than you but I find these easy to work out with:

THE POLICE - EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE
ANNIE LENNOX - DIVA
TALKING HEADS - STOP MAKING SENSE
  4990358
March 7, 2011 4:16 PM
anything from the Rocky movies works!!! I love Survivor!!!!!
March 7, 2011 4:17 PM
A few from my current workout playlist:
Tonight I'm F****** You-Enrique Iglesias
Was It a Dream-30 Seconds to Mars
We Made You and I'm Not Afraid-Eminem
Your Betrayal, Tears Dont Fall-Bullet Fro My Valentine
Please Don't Go-Mike Posner
F****** Perfect and Raise Your Glass- Pink
Savior-Rise Against
Shameful Metaphors-Chevelle
Sweet Dreams-Beyonce
Take it Off, Blind, Animal, Hungover, We R Who We R-Ke$ha
OMG, Little Freak-Usher
Passive-A Perfect Circle

Just to name a few
  4751374
March 7, 2011 4:18 PM
only girl in the world-rhianna
jlo & pitbull- on the floor
release-timbaland
what are you waiting for- gwen steffani
1 2 3 go-belenova
  4671724
March 7, 2011 4:19 PM
Dynamite - Taio Cruz
Obsession - Animotion (haha I love that song!)
Rihanna - SOS
Kevin Rudolph - Let it Rock


just to name a few :o)
  3773772
March 7, 2011 4:29 PM
Wind It Up..Gwen Stefani
Bad Influence...Pink
Campus...Vampire Weekend
Shipping Up To Boston...Dropkick Murpheys
Drop The Bombshell...Powerman 5000
Crazy *****...Buckcherry
Adidas...Korn
Because of You...Nickleback
Hell Yeah...Rev Theory
Down With the Sickness....Disturbed
Something in your Mouth...Nickleback
Dancing With Myself...The Donnas
Hell Yes...Beck
March 7, 2011 4:33 PM
Where to begin... how about a little bit for everyone..

Push it Salt n Pepa
Lose yourself Eminem
I will survive Gloria Gaynor
Bodies Drowning Pool
Pump it Black Eyed Peas
Low Flo Rida
Don't Cha *****cat Dolls
Voodoo Godsmack (cooldown)
Gonna Make you Sweat C & C Music Factory
Smack That Akon
On The Floor Jennifer Lopez (new song)
PYT Michael Jackson
  4057096
March 7, 2011 5:57 PM
Ahh! You guys gave me so many ideas!!! Thanks! These songs are awesome!
  5161302
March 7, 2011 6:07 PM
right now im loving burlesque soundtrack.. something got a hold on me. express and show me how you burlesque are my favorites now!... love that movie
March 7, 2011 6:16 PM
Downfall of us all - A Day to Remember
The plot to bomb the panhandle - A Day to Remember
The Beach - All Time Low
Weightless - All time low =P
Detroit - Fireworks
Breath in - Hit the lights
Equals - Set Your Goals

They're all pretty good paced and energetic
March 7, 2011 6:18 PM
I really enjoy the podrunner podcasts. They are a mix of songs that generally range from 120 to 180 beats per minute, mostly techno and dance. I also like Daft Punk and Katy Perry.
Edited by Kayceeg27 On March 7, 2011 6:19 PM
March 7, 2011 6:23 PM
I love the list you provided! A lot of those are already on my list of workout songs!

I also really enjoy "Workout Plan" by Kanye West
"On To The Next One" by Jay-Z
"Crazy *****" by Buck Cherry
"Make Me Better" by Fabulous
"Shake" by The Ying Yang Twins

and a long-time personal favorite: "Seventeen Years" by Ratatat

... I'm an Army girl, so of course I've got Cadence downloaded to my iPod to keep me in step when I'm running ;)
March 7, 2011 6:41 PM
Hello MFP,

I am new to the sight and very excited! I have already started my lifestyle changes, but need more support and encouragement. Basically I have been worink out to some DVD's and bike riding on Saturdays with my husband and daughters. I have also changed my eating habits. I am here for support, encouragement and help/suggestions from people who are going through the same journey that I am going through. What better place to find that then MFP where everyone's goal is to lose weight and feel better about themselves. Please feel free to reply . I am looking forward to meeting my new MFP family!:blushing
March 7, 2011 6:58 PM
Here are some of the songs on my Playlist. The beats help get me going.

Bad Girlfriend--Theory of a Dead Man
3--Britney Spears
Womanizer--Britney Spears
Empire State of Mind--Jay-Z & Alicia Keys
Tic Tok--Kesha
Take It Off--Kesha
Kryptonite--Three Doors Down
Livin' On A Prayer--Bon Jovi
Only Girl--Rihanna
Paralyzer--Finger Eleven
Pour Some Sugar On Me--Def Leppard
Raise Your Glass--Pink
Sound of Madness--Shinedown
You Give Love A Bad Name--Bon Jovi
  5008962
March 7, 2011 7:54 PM
I'm a huge fan of listening to Ke$ha while working out. All her songs have such a good beat to them that you just wanna keep up with it.
March 7, 2011 10:27 PM
My running playlist has been growing over the past two years, and I have yet to get bored or lose motivation with these songs:

1. Dream On (Aerosmith)

2. Cowboy Casanova (Carrie Underwood)

3. When Love Takes Over (David Guetta)

4. Right Round (Flo Rida)

5. Stronger (Kanye West)

6. Miss Independen (Kelly Clarkson)

7. Use Somebody (Kings of Leon)

8. If Today Was Your Last Day (Nickleback)

9. Black & Gold (Sam Sparro)

10. According to You (Orianthi)

11. Just Dance (Lady Gaga)

12. Let it Rock (Kevin Rudolph)

13. Disturbia (Rihanna)

14. Harder to breathe (Maroon 5)

15. Fighter (Christina Aguilera)

16. Numb/Encore (Jay-Z & Linkin Park)

17. Chase this Light (Jimmy Eat World)

18. Stop and Stare (OneRepublic)

19. Lose Yourself (Eminem)

20. We Are Alve (Paul van Dyk)

21. Paper Gangster (Lady Gaga)

22. Telephone (Lady Gaga)

23. Lost Horizon (The Civilians)

24. Smooth (Santana feat. Rob Thomas)

25. Someday (Nickleback)

26. If Everyone Cared (Nickleback)

27. Rooftops and Invitations (Dashboard Confessional)

28. Machinehead (Bush)

29. Second Chance (Shinedown)

30. All the Right Moves (OneRepublic)

31. Sweet Dreams (La Bouche)

32. Sweet Dreams (Eurythmics)

33. Fall for You (Secondhand Serenade)

34. Better DAys (The Goo-Goo Dolls)

35. Lonely No More (Rob Thomas)

36. If You Only Knew (Shinedown)

37. Falling Slowly (Once soundtrack)

38. Kiss from a Rose (Seal)

39. Airplanes (B.o.B. feat. Hayley Williams)

40. Wataya Want from Me (Adam Lambert)

41. Hallelujah (Lee DeWyze)

42. Release Me (Agnes)

43. In My Head (Jason Derulo)

44. Impossible (Shontelle)

45. Need You Now (Lady Antebellum)

46. Battlefield (Jordan Sparks)

47. Ridin' Solo (Jason Derulo)

48. Love the Way You Lie (Eminem feat. Rihanna)

49. We'll Be a Dream (We the Kings)

50. Down (Jay Sean feat. Lil Wayne)

51. Unwell (Matchbox Twenty)

52. Keep On Lovin' You (Steel Magnolias)

53. DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love (Usher)

54. Teenage Dream (Katy Perry)

55. So Happy I Could Die (Lady Gaga)

56. Speechless (Lady Gaga)

57. Just a Dream (Nelly)

58. Club Can't Handle Me (Flo Rida)

59. Everything (Alanis Morissette)

60. Letting Go (Sean Kingston)

61. When I Look to the Shy (Train)

62. September (Daughtry)

63. Keep Breathing (Ingrid Michaelson)

64. Come Home (OneRepublic & Sara Bareilles)

65. We R Who We R (Ke$ha)

66. Firework (Katy Perry)

67. Because of You (Kelly Clarkson)

68. Life After You (Daughtry)

68. Already Gone (Kelly Clarkson)

69. What About Now (Daughtry)

70. Raise Your Glass (Pink)

71. Kng of Anything (Sara Bareilles)

72. This Girl (Laza Morgan)

73. Spirit of the Radio (J.Randall)

74. Collide (Howie Day)

75. I Don't Wanna Be In Love (Good Charlotte)

76. Coming Home (Diddy-Dirty Money & Skylar Grey)

77. Higher (Taio Cruz & Travie McCoy)

78. Smash Into You (Beyonce)

79. I Am (Guru Singh)



They're great songs for keeping pace and energy up without being a distraction. Enjoy! =)
March 7, 2011 10:31 PM
Bump!
  3636639
March 10, 2011 9:19 AM
I'd say one thing people also need to definitely take into consideration is what kind of music or energy they want from their music selections and what sort of exercise/event they're using the music for.

For example before I play basketball I'd like to get really hype way beyond a normal workout so I'd have a certain type of music there vs. not having too high of a tempo if I'm say on the elliptical keeping a steady slow pace for a long period of time as a high pace music might make me go quicker then usual thus not being able to stay on as long. So I'd say depending on what you're doing try and gauge it around that. I also notice that if there's songs I know well I tend to sing along to them, which prevents me from breathing correctly. Just a few things to take into consideration.
  291363
March 19, 2011 12:36 PM
This is a great topic! I'm definitely stealing all of these suggestions. Here are a couple of my favourites for the exercise bike or walking:

1. Back Against the Wall -- Cage the Elephant
2. Cute Without the E -- Taking Back Sunday
3. Liar -- Taking Back Sunday
4. Shake It -- Metro Station
5. Breaking -- Anberlin
6. *Fin -- Anberlin (great song to finish off a workout with. It builds to really high intensity then gives you a little cool-off period at the end)
7. We Didn't Start the Fire -- Billy Joel
8. Decatur -- Sufjan Stevens
9. Raphael -- Carla Bruni
10. Cinderella -- Steven Curtis Chapman
11. Hey Soul Sister -- Glee Version/Train, whatever floats your boat. I personally love the acappela backing for Glee's rendition, it gives it a cool vibe.
12. Slow Down - The Academy Is...

I definitely agree with zacherybinx above. Choose the type of music that will get you the right amount of hyped. When I'm walking, I tend to favour faster pieces with a steady beat, but for biking I'd prefer something a little more relaxed.
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